99 Pillowcase Patterns and Pillow Cover Designs!

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Do you have pillows or cushions in need of covering?

I realized the other day that I have a LOT of pillows and cushions around the house that are definitely in need of work.  Many are worn out, faded, stained or otherwise.  I thought about recovering all these pillows and while it seems like a simple task to size, cut and sew the material, the process is complicated enough to benefit from a pattern and some instructions.

So I decided to create a collection of the best pillowcase patterns and pillow cover designs that I could find.  I have a lot of different pillows to deal with so I wanted a huge selection with many options and styles.  As always, I want to share this collection with you in case you have the same requirement.

Pillowcase patterns are a great first project

Pillowcases are great first projects for young sewists.  In fact, when I was trying to get my own teenage daughter into sewing, the trusty pillowcase was there I started.  You can read about this and watch the video she made about the whole process HERE.

Sewing for teens

99 Pillowcase Patterns and Pillow Cover Designs!

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Shanta
Shanta

Thank you for this very helpful tutorial and instructions, it helped so much as I could pause the video, Soo happy with the results!

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Deborah Thacker
Deborah Thacker

I really love your ideas–so many of them will have me looking at things that I wasn’t looking for but stumble upon so many variations ,then time flies and my imagination soars. Thank you and keep it up.

Cecilia Thex
Cecilia Thex

where is your pattern for the one in the page that linked me her?

Mayra Cecilia
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Reply to  Cecilia Thex

I am afraid I do not understand your question 🙁

Donna
Donna

Some lovely ideas, thanks x
What I’m looking for, if you have any suggestions, is a tutorial for making a v-shaped pillowcase for my support pillow. I can’t find the cases anywhere (and can’t afford them in the one place I did find!), so thought I’d make my own using some of the lovely material I have in my stash. But I can’t find a pattern anywhere, especially not one that’s simple and without lots of complicated buttons, zips etc on it! Any ideas?
Donna x

Emma Carpenter
Emma Carpenter

Thanks for the many choices.

Emma Carpenter
Emma Carpenter

Thanks for all those choices.

Monica
Monica

Thank you now I can start to make pillow cases. It seems I have a pillow case thief kinda like the missing other sock…
Love all the different ideas 🙂

Yusuf chowdhury
Yusuf chowdhury

Thanks for ur all tips
.i want to more more swings tips and learn how to remove problem swings machine

Gisele
Gisele

Thank-you so much for your help be bless I have learned a lot from you

Mayra Cecilia
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Reply to  Gisele

You re most welcome Gisele 🙂

Beverly Campbell
Beverly Campbell

I love the cases made with sweaters. Don’t ask why but I have saved Christmas sweaters from the 70’s 80’s and 90’s. Now they will have a new life during the holidays this year! Thanks so much for all the fabulous pillowcase ideas. Here I go to get started! Beverly

Derinda Lesher
Derinda Lesher

Fun ideas for pillow cases. Thanks for the many creative designs!

Elizabeth
Elizabeth

Thank you for this articles…. Helping us to be more creative.

Angela Tota-Francis
Angela Tota-Francis

Thank you,
These are great! I have been wanting to be more creative with making my own pillow cases.

Mayra Cecilia
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You are welcome, Angela:)